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How does interpreting work?
For any interpreting service request, we will ask about the purpose and circumstances of the event during which language support is needed, and will advise which approach is best in the given situation.
Face-to-face interpreting modes:
Consecutive – the interpreter listens to the message in the source language and waits for a pause to translate it to the target language. Consecutive interpretation is often used for bilingual meetings, medical appointments, witness statements, job interviews, training sessions and press conferences.
Simultaneous – the interpreter translates as the speaker talks, usually from an interpreter booth during live meetings. This mode is more appropriate for larger audiences, such as international conferences, and requires special equipment (microphones, audio systems).
Whispered – the interpreter whispers the translation into the participant’s ear while the speaker talks. The interpreter aims to remain inconspicuous and interprets simultaneously.
Remote interpreting services – video & telephone
The use of virtual environment when it comes to interpreting has proven indispensable in the most recent past. Our interpreters can connect remotely with any part of the world and assist with simultaneous or consecutive interpretation, ensuring that all people at the end of the communication channel are receiving the message in the desired language. The interpreter is available at the other end of the phone or video link, and you can be connected instantly to the interpretation line. This is a cost effective, immediate solution, ideal for situations when the need for interpreting arises with little notice, and can be accessed any time of day, from anywhere, using any device.
Efficient interpretation support
Professional language interpreting support helps build communication networks within the enterprise and beyond. Our linguists will enable smooth interaction with your overseas business branches or with external parties abroad. Numerous professional sectors, such as legal or healthcare, often deal with non-English speaking customers. The successful dialogue is empowered by our native-language interpreters whose specialist knowledge allows information to be exchanged accurately and appropriately